DGPE PhD course: Behavior and Incentives

13-15 December 2017. Lecturer: Professor Matthias Sutter

2017.09.05 | Susanne Christensen

Date Wed 13 Dec Fri 15 Dec
Time 09:30    15:30
Location Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen

This course presents advanced topics within behavioral economics. It will consist of seven lectures over three days. The students will also be given the opportunity to present their own research and get feedback. Each student presentation is 15 minutes, including discussion.

Topics:
Behavioral economics, lab and field experiments, credence goods, markets, cooperation, development of preferences.

> course outline

Lecturer
Professor Matthias Sutter, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods Bonn and University of Cologne.

Matthias Sutter is a Director of the Experimental Economics Group at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn and Professor of Economics at the University of Cologne.

Admission procedure
Students who would like to participate in the course should send a short letter of motivation (max 1 page) describing (i) their research interests and (ii) why they are interested in participating in the course. Letters should be sent to Marco Piovesan, marco.piovesan@econ.ku.dk, no later than 1 November 2017.  

Course fees
The course is free of charge for:

  • DGPE members from AU, KU, CBS, SDU
  • PhD students in Social Sciences from universities in Denmark and other Nordic countries.

The course fee is EUR300 for other participants.

ECTS points
To get credit (5 ECTS) for the course, the student should hand in and get approved a paper (maximum 15 pages) on a relevant topic discussed during the course. The deadline for submitting this paper is March 15, 2018.

When and where
The course takes place at Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen.
> how to find Copenhagen University 

Contact
Organiser: Marco Piovesan, University of Copenhagen, marco.piovesan@econ.ku.dk
Administrative support: Charlotte Jespersen, University of Copenhagen, charlotte.jespersen@econ.ku.dk

 

 

 

 

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